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ask to put a question to. [4/10 definitions]
assumed accepted without question; presumed. [1/2 definitions]
be used to introduce a command or a question. [1/8 definitions]
canvass to discuss or debate (an issue, question, or the like) thoroughly. [1/8 definitions]
catechize to teach (someone) by a question and answer method, esp. religious principles. [2 definitions]
certain known without question; indisputable. [1/8 definitions]
certainly by all means; without question. [1/3 definitions]
challenge a calling into question; demand for justification. [2/7 definitions]
counterquestion combined form of question.
cross-examine to question thoroughly and insistently, often for the purpose of comparing responses with those of earlier questioning. [2 definitions]
cross-question a question asked in a cross-examination. [1/2 definitions]
debrief to question (an astronaut, soldier, or the like) in order to obtain any information gathered during a mission.
determine to decide or settle (a question, controversy, or the like) finally and authoritatively. [1/6 definitions]
dispute to argue or debate about (a question, proposal, or the like). [2/7 definitions]
do1 used to introduce a question. [1/11 definitions]
evasion the avoidance of giving a full or truthful response to a question, point of argument, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
feeler a hint, suggestion, or question intended to cause another's thoughts or feelings to be revealed. [1/2 definitions]
figure out to find an answer to a problem or puzzling question by using the power of the mind.
fudge2 to avoid a question or an issue; be evasive. [1/3 definitions]
gambit a remark or question used to open a conversation. [1/3 definitions]
hook, line, and sinker (informal) without any question or hesitation; completely.